Brief History of the Team
The Los Angeles Chargers are a Los Angeles based professional American football team which compete in the National Football League (NFL). Chargers have been a member club of the league’s American Football Conference (AFC) West division from 1970 up to today. The Chargers club was formed 61 years ago on August 14, 1959, and their first competitive season was on the 10th of September the following year in 1960. From 1961 to 2016, the team was based in San Diego and they were called San Diego Chargers, but they returned back to Los Angeles in 2017 and their are now using their former name Los Angeles Chargers. The team has won just a single League championships and also a single Conference championships as well, they have achieved more at the Division championships level with a total of 15 titles.
What is their home stadium?
Los Angeles Chargers’ home stadium is the SoFi Stadium which is located in California, United States. The stadium was opened in September 2020 and this Stadium hosts two NFL teams in Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams. The stadium, which is scheduled to host Super Bowl LVI in February 2022 has a capacity of 70,240 which is expandable up to 100,240.
Who is the coach?
Anthony Ray Lynn is the head coach of American football (NFL) team, the Los Angeles Chargers. Lynn, who is a former former running back began his professional coaching career in 2000 with the Denver Broncos, he coached at several other clubs befor being hired as Los Angeles Chargers head coach in 2017.
Who are the team’s top 3 players?
The Los Angeles Chargers current top three perfomers are Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler and Joey Bosa.
How they performed last season?
Overally, Los Angeles Chargers had a dissapointing season in 2019 as they have a record of 5–11 which ensured that they were buttom of the log in the AFC West Division. Resultingly, they failed to qualify for a Playoff finish .
How they are performing this season?
Nothing much has changed from last season as the Chargers are anchoring the AFC West Division with a 3-8 record so far and they need a miracle in order to qualify for the play-offs.